In order to streamline synthesis and purification of complex molecules, a large part of modern synthetic chemistry focusses on the design of novel selective transformations. By allowing fine tuning of energy delivery in a chemical system, both photochemistry and electrochemistry are increadibly powerful tools in the design of such selective transformations. The ICBMS research groups involved in this thematic aim at leveraging this unique ability in a broad range fo contexts, from total synthesis to small molecule functionalization.
Serge Perez,* Olga Makshakova, Jesus Angulo, Emiliano Bedini, Antonella Bisio, Jose Luis de Paz, Elisa Fadda, Marco Guerrini, Michal Hricovini, Milos Hricovini, Frederique Lisacek, Pedro M. Nieto, Kevin Pagel, Giulia Pairardi, Ralf Richter, Sergey A. Samsonov, Romain A. Vivès, Dragana Nikitovic, and Sylvie Ricard Blum
C. Marquette; C. Devillard
A. de Zordo-Banliat, K. Grollier, N. Vanthuyne, S. Floquet, Th. Billard, G. Dagousset, B. Pégot, E. Magnier